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Acta Marine France opens a new office in Saint-Nazaire

January 07, 2021

In support of the growing Offshore Wind requirements in France is Acta Marine opening its doors in Saint-Nazaire.

Acta Marine is pleased to announce that the local team in the office consists of Audrie Jordan & Clément Danieau, who are able to assist upon all Marine support requirements.


A wide range of vessels are available for charter in support of the construction of the offshore Wind farms in France. The Coastal Chariot, recently supported the offshore cable pull-in operations off the Courance beach in shallow waters. These export cables will connect the Saint-Nazaire offshore wind farm, also known as Parc du Banc de Guérande. This 480 MW project is scheduled to be operational in the summer of 2022 when it will become the first commercial-scale wind farm installed in French waters.


The new office will be located near the Port at La Station, 18 boulevard Paul Perrin, 44 600 Saint-Nazaire. A special thanks to the municipality of Saint-Nazaire.


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